Author: James Spencer

Eccles Big Health Day image credit Abdul Shikhmous

Salford’s Big Health Day helps those with learning disabilities to ‘live full lives’

People with learning difficulties in Salford attended a range of workshops designed to help improve their mental and physical health.  […]

Salford City Councillor wants more environmentally friendly developments

Salford City Councillor wants more environmentally friendly developments

Councillor Derek Antrobus believes progress has been made and will continue to be made by Salford City Council.

Bats, newts, voles, swans and kingfisher can all be sighted at Salford’s Peel Park, experts say

Bats, newts, voles, swans and kingfisher can all be sighted at Salford’s Peel Park, experts say

What are the best things to see at Peel Park? Salford’s Wildlife Society and Peel Park rangers identify the highlights worth seeing.

Campus Living “aren’t providing sustainable recycling firm”, claims new Salford student president

Campus Living “aren’t providing sustainable recycling firm”, claims new Salford student president

Salford Student Union President, Evie Adams, discusses her plans for the future and the issue of recycling at Peel Park.

Faith leaders encourage Salford locals to take up 40-day Lent challenge

Faith leaders encourage Salford locals to take up 40-day Lent challenge

Faith leaders in Salford and Greater Manchester have been talking about how Christians can participate and celebrate the importance of Lent.

Salford theatre company say local production will be show for all ages

Salford theatre company say local production will be show for all ages

Salford’s Almost Famous Theatre Company is gearing up for this week’s musical production of Legally Blonde.

Take Up Free Boxing Classes in Salford Today and “Change Your Life”

Take Up Free Boxing Classes in Salford Today and “Change Your Life”

Ever wanted to take up boxing but never had the courage to do so? Well now, you can fulfil your dream, for Free!

Closing Salford nurseries to hit special needs children hardest

Closing Salford nurseries to hit special needs children hardest

Salford City Council’s latest proposal to merge the five local nurseries up for closure, with local primary schools, threatens the education of children with special needs difficulties.